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  • The Study of Saints and Why Its Important
    Sainthood…that title given by the Catholic Church that seems to draw so much criticism from so many denominations. The mere mention of it angers some people. It’s not so much the title itself that draws attention but the dogma that prayer to those saints is helpful to the living. And while opponents of such an idea try to distance themselves from Catholic theology, they miss out on a big benefit of this ‘disagreeable’ doctrine. As they venture f Read More...
  • About Romania - A Land Of Contrast And Paradoxes
    A land of contrast and paradoxes, Romania is a country of numerous characters, community and regions. Not only Constantin Brancusi, Eugene Ionesco, Emil Cioran, Mircea Eliade, and Nadia Comaneci but also Dracula and Nicolae Ceausescu impart a distinct identity to this country. If you have a look at the old world of Romania, Ancient heritages such as paintings, monasteries and churches make it a vast museum to be explored for things. However, the Read More...
  • The Gift of a Life: Religion and Organ Donation
    Organ donation is an act of individual will, but donors often ask the question - "Does my religion approve?" Different religions often have different moral codes, practices, values, institutions, and rituals associated with their beliefs. When it comes to organ donation, the majority of religions actually encourage organ donation. From Amish to Catholicism, they feel that it is a generous act of charity. One of the largest religions that welcom Read More...
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